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. >> gus: wisconsin has rushed for 524 yards, the most rushing yards allowed by nebraska in the school's history. >> charles: no way anyone saw this coming to this extent. not a team coming in on a six-game winning streak and playing well and powerfully down the stretch, finding ways to win, resilient, tough. wisconsin has just been -- i don't have the best word, but complete tonight. every phase of the game. >> gus: abdullah takes a knee. big bcs games taking place this weekend. northern illinois beats kent state for the mac championship. stanford, we saw them last night in a terrific game against ucla. they go on the rose bowl. alabama in a tight one, goes to the national championship game after beating georgia. kansas state beats texas. they clinch the big 12 title outright and a bcs bid. florida state in a much closer game than anticipated, wins the acc championship and move on to a bcs bowl. congratulations to jimbo fisher and his crew. >> gus: martinez to the sideline. underthrows kenny bell. playing for pride right now if you're nebraska. trying to finish out. disappointing outc
this morning is fine. going home later today, especially in nebraska, driving out of cheyenne, wyoming, to omaha, lincoln, that's where the snow will be coming down hard. you want to get home early today before it gets dark. tonight the snow will really fly. up to a foot possible. the other side of this storm, it's such a dynamic, strong winter storm, we'll have enough warm air being pumped up from the south, we'll deal with a few tornadoes this evening in areas of arkansas. by this time torn mornimorrow ma line of thunderstorms sliding through. a fewwinds and power outages. for the northeast, only rain thursday night into friday morning, but it will be almost 80 today in dallas, on the north side of the storm in the 20s. that's the sign that we have a big, big storm. tomorrow, chicago will go from rain to snow. again, if you have to travel, pretty much nebraska, iowa, wisconsin, get it done early today. you won't want to do it tonight or tomorrow. >> i'll have to cancel my trip from kerney to lincoln. >> nice. >> i had a job in hastings, nebraska as the number two sports guy. good thi
inches. later this afternoon, driving home in nebraska, very dangerous conditions. wind will be howling. heavy snow falling. as we go throughout the overnight hours, that's when the storm picks up in intensity. the dark blue shows where it will be hitting the hardest with blizzard conditions. tomorrow morning through iowa and wisconsin. tomorrow morning probably be like one of those days where you stay at home, do not travel. much of central iowa and south and central portions of wisconsin. the other side of this storm is the severe weather side. there's enough strong and severe weather out ahead of it, arkansas and missouri we can deal with the storm there. we will deal with lake-effect snow friday and saturday. how much snow are we talking about? that little area through central parts of nebraska, a possibility of a foot of snow. and ten inches possible for wisconsin down to central portions of iowa. finally we have to watch out for that severe weather threat. areas of yellow, late tonight into tomorrow morning, possibility of isolated tornadoes. watch out missouri, arkansas and louis
a diverse combination we have. it makes me smile, but it probably doesn't make nebraska smile. we live in a richly diverse city and our elected officials represent it and our events here represent it and the tree lighting should represent it and indeed it does, we call it the tree of hope. and every year we get messages from all over the country and all over the world that are put on origamis and put on this very unique, unusual tree. >> there are many cities that have holiday trees, but no one has the tree of hope. it was started by an organization and now i will have the chance to introduce you to that organization's founder and executive director. who failed to put this in the proper amount of type here. no little things happen. the sound is better, i think that you can hear and i just have to go slowly, they told me, it is my pleasure to introduce the executive director of the rainbow world fund. this organization creates this holiday tree now, this is the 7th year. let's hear for that, 7 years of anything is a long time [ applause ] rainbow world fund was founded 12 years ago, the
of the title game between nebraska and wisconsin in the rose bowl on january 1st. >> we play with a chip on our shoulder. our mantra has been to be loose and focused. our guys have done that and part of the chip proves that we are not a one-man organization here. >> the coach and the seniors ahead of us. the players in the locker room kept that going and held people accountable to the standard of football and character. >> and i'm sure a lot of celebrating in palo alto will have more coming up. >> they continue to play in the rain. outside the stadium it was a muddy mess. live in the parking lot that looks more like a lake. i bet stanford fans didn't mind after the big win. >> there a lot of excited fans and room for more. this game didn't sell out and maybe that's a good thing, parking tonight was limited due to flooding and muddy parking lots. this area is all set up for parking and even for tailgating, but it's under water. i'm about ankle deep. the rain made a mess on the field and off the field. >> a chance to see stanford beat ucla at home. >> kind of cold and messy, but it's good. >> rai
nebraska... with the winner of this game going on to face stanford in the rose bowl on january first. running back montee ball ran for 201 yards and three touchdowns to lead the wisconsin badgers over the nebraska cornhuskers 70- to-31. the badgers ran for 539 yards on their way to becoming the first team to reach the rose bowl with five losses on the season. >> and robin, what could we expect? >> we will have a wet morning but denies late afternoon. in the fantastic and good night, everybody. >> 80 wet morning but a fantastic late afternoon tomorrow. thank-you (car horn) paying with your smartphone instead of cash... (phone rings) that's a step forward. with chase quickpay, you can send money directly to anyone's checking account. i guess he's a kicker... again, again! oh, no you don't! take a step forward and chase what matters.
a, and nebraska battled for a shot a >> mike: stanford has their ticket punched to the rose bowl but had to wait for the winner between wisconsin and nebraska to fine out who they're opponent would be. taylor martinez avoids the sack. watch this. across the field. to the sidelines, cuts back to the middle of the field. finds daylight. he's gone. turns on the gentlemen an amazing 76-yard touchdown. but badgers pulled away. ball added to his record for most career touchdowns. the 16-yard run, 80th 80th touchdown, what a career. wisconsin wins 70-31. will face stanford in the rose bowl january 1st. what a game it will be. >> now the sec title game. alabama and georgia, winner getting a shot out notre dame, alabama is the defending champion. them dogs don't want to have them repeat. georgia special teams coming up big in the second quarter. williams blocks the field goal attempt. alex ogeltree scoops it up and is off the races for a touchdown. georgia up 21-10. late fourth quarter, alabama ma trailing, mccarron airs it out to cooper. hanging with mr. cooper. 45arts, crimson tide up 2
. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ...because the wisconsin, nebraska winner gets stanfo, >>> why am i leading with the big 10 football championship? because the wisconsin-nebraska winner gets stanford in the rose bowl! the badgers, in red, may be only 7-and-5, but the huskers ran into a big ol' can of gordon. gordon goes 56 yards, weaving in and out for the touchdown. he had 216 yards for the night. up 35-10. quarterback james white ran for four touchdowns. threw for this one to sam. it was just a flat-out beat- down. wisconsin wins 70-31 over nebraska, just like in the year 2000. >>> georgia-alabama, in white. winner to face notre dame. a.j. do cooper. time running out. ball deflected. caught by conley, who should have let it drop. alabama wins 32-28. they defend their national title against the irish january 7. >>> sad news from the world of college basketball. coach rick majerus has died. he took the st. louis billikens. he passed away today after a lengthy heart condition. he was 64 years young. >>> this is kansas city chiefs linebacker jovan belcher involved in a murder-suicide. belcher shot and killed his girl
, on another subject, i rise to honor our colleague, the senior senator from nebraska, ben nelson, upon his retirement from the united states senate, to become effective after the first of the year. for 12 years senator nelson has been a valued member of the democratic caucus and an exemplary senator for nebraska and the country. but his life in public service leads back to his youth. he spent his college days serving his nebraska committee in another way, as a lay minister. but eventually he chose law over the ministry. he went to ministry. he attended law school and got his bachelors and masters degrees. he spent many years practicing insurance law, served as director of the nebraska department of insurance. then in 1990 he was elected governor of nebraska. four years later he was reelected with almost 75% of the vote and became the first nebraska governor in 20 years to win a second term. it was not a surprise when he ran for the senate in 2000 he won even though president bush took nebraska handily. it's easy to see ben nelson possesses the same independent spirit as his constituents. h
of the midwest today, strong winds leading to tens of thousands of power outages in arkansas, iowa and nebraska as the to bees also plummet -- temperatures also plummet. all that wind and snow making it nearly impossible to drive. folks are being warned to stay off the roads as we get reports of several traffic-related deaths. and now the list of flight delays and cancellations is growing leaving some folks stranded in places like the eastern iowa airport, and they are not the only ones suffering. further south in alabama close to 20,000 customers are without power after fierce thunderstorms there tore across the state. ripping roofs off of homes, downing trees and leaving debris scattered all over the place. our chief meteorologist, rick reichmuth, live with more. >> reporter: there's a very snowy side to this, there's a severe side to this, and we're also dealing with a series of storms, so a very active pattern setting up. we're dealing with maybe three or four more storms over the next about two weeks, so get ready. right now, over a foot of snow falling in parts of iowa and wisconsin, clos
. playing nebraska today. melvin gordon duking away, 56 yards, quick 7-0 lead over nebraska. nebraska looked like they had a pulse when martinez turns trouble into paradise. that is improvisation theater at its best. taylor martinez, 17 yards, 14- 7. wisconsin's montee ball ran for 202 yards three more touchdowns and watch montee battle montee ball go air born. leaping liz lizards:did you hear that, stanford? they rushed for 538 yards. montee ball has an ncaa record 82 career touchdowns, 76 rushing touchdowns is also an ncaa record. >>> third-ranked georgia led 7- 0 before eddie lacy makes the big placer running for 181 yards. georgia led numerator when the tide attempt afield, but washington blocks it and there goes alex ogletree, 55 yards for the touchdown. bulldogs led. crimson tide ran for 350 yards, but quarterback a.j. mccarron can also pass. mccarron to cooper, bama leads 32-28, 3:15 left on the clock. bulldogs have no time-outs and need to score here or it's over. it's over. bama wins, 32-28 and play notre dame january 27th forst ncaa national championship. >>> 12th-ranked okl
. some people could be stuck in up to a foot of snow. half dozen states across the midwest from nebraska to minnesota and wisconsin all under blizzard warnings right now. in iowa, tens of thousands of people have already without power. this storm is not just hitting the midwest, it's unleashing a chain reaction of extreme weather even farther south, as well. i want to take you down to texas. take a look at this. this is not what you usually see from the tower cams in texas. the intense winds stirred up a major dust storm there. and this caused a 23-vehicle pile-up. one person was killed, and at least seven people sent to the hospital because of this. in alabama, not far away, the storm system spun off at least one tornado near mobile. and that damaged homes, as well, and brought down power lines there. as i mentioned, all of this could not come at a worse time. this is one of the busiest travel times of the year. this storm system could spell major trouble for road closures and, of course, thousands of flights. flights, especially in the midwest, including chicago where ted rowlands is s
. >>> just ahead tonight spreading holiday cheer to people in newtown, connecticut, a family from nebraska travels hundreds of miles to deliver love and support to a grieving community. >> later a survivor speaks out nearly two weeks after being shot in another mass shooting just days before the tragedy in newtown. the news at 10:00 will be right back.  >>> grief has poured in from all over the world for the families in newtown, connecticut, and a family in nebraska decided to show just how much sympathy they wanted to offer. >> they gathered toys, got in a truck and drove across the country. >> reporter: nebraska to newtown, connecticut, a little over 1,300 miles, but since last friday you might say nebraskans are friends. >> it's just important to know that newtown knows they're not suffering in isolation. the whole country hurts. we all mourn tomorrow. >> reporter: so cornhusker -- mourn tomorrow. >> reporter: so these cornhuskers decided to take -- mourn together. >> reporter: so these cornhuskers decided to take a road trip of all road trips and filled a
with that is the equipment was in texas, and we're in fremont, nebraska, about 20 hours away. >> smith: he was worried the drive would make him miss the deadline, so hull called the subcontractor. >> they said we can't change the deadline. this is nextel's deadline. the tower has to be up and completed. >> we left nebraska and it was nonstop. werove straight through, loaded the equipment, got back in the truck, and drove nonstop. >> smith: he planned to sleep back in nebraska, but then he arrived at work site. >> when we got back there was a nextel vehicle on site. >> i assumed that he was there to rattle our cage, get us to go faster. >> smith: hull didn't know it was just a technician. he felt pressured and immediately ascended the tower. we obtained the government investigation video and showed it to hull for the first time. >> i'm just amazed that i'm even here. i remembering hearing a loud noise. >> smith: a huge piece of steel broke lose. >> my head was jammed into the piece of steel and knocked me out. >> smith: hull fell 240 feet, but his life was spared after his safety harness broke the fall
. >> la primera gran tormenta de nieve de la temporada, en nebraska residentes despertaron con nieve, donde salieron con pala, conductores tuvieron dificultades en las caarreteras por maniobrar, los vehículos se deslizaban en la nieve y muchos quedaron atascados en zanjas, con ayuda de otros conductores sacaron a los vvehículos,en iowa piden que se alejen de las carreteras por las condiciones peligrosas, la niveve y la poca visibilidad ocasionaron numerosos accidentes, este es el peor de todos, donde habían involucrados 30 vehículos, dos personas murieron y varias heridas, maquinas limpiaron las calles para que los vehículos transitaran por ellas, la nieve y el viento hicieron que miles de hogares quedarán sin electricidad, los cables estallaron en la noche como si se tratara de efectos de ppelícula,quienes aprovecharon la nieve para jugar son los niños, dejando a miles de pasajeros atrapados sin poder volar a sus destinos, meteorólogos anticipan que la tormenta seguirá golpeando el medio oeste del país . >> en las próximas horas seguimos con lo que se llama blizzard o ve
's a ribbon of 6 two 12 inches from wisconsin, iowa, right back through nebraska. that's where we're watching a snowstorm in the days ahead. that's a look at the national forecast. now, here's a look at weather outside yours. >> today, we're talking about rain and a little snow shower activity around areas of minneapolis. slait city, areas like utah, colorado, even nevada. big snowstorm, headed for the plains. >> that cold -- >> it's like the rainy, cold weather. that's going to be in new england. >> thank you so much. >>> stocks jump on promising details coming out of obama and boehner fiscal negotiations. >>> and walmart and bushmaster guns. >>> gas prices have come below $4. some areas, as low as $3. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. now to stories making news this morning. house republican leaders say a new proposal from president obama to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff is a small step in the right direction. it includes higher tax rates on incomes of $400,000. instead of $250,000, the first change in the whous proposal. >>> senator daniel inouye of hawaii has died at the
to colorado to kansas and nebraska and iowa and wisconsin. rain and not snow for us. partly sunny isolated showers possible to the north and west. otherwise breezy today. 58-62 degrees. tonight, mostly clear, 28-35. wednesday looks really good with sunshine and 54 degrees. the cold front approaches on thursday bringing the chance of showers thursday afternoon. it will drop like a rock behind the cold front. windy and much colder on friday. temperatures stay down in the 40's on the weekend and early next week. chances of a white christmas a week from now zero. >> not happening. >> cynne has a beef. >> you said that there was albert einstein in the clouds in the picture. it is a character from the never ending story, the flying dog creature. >> i also saw thomas dickersonje fferson. and the character from the christmas carol. cracks coming up>> we don't know if the world will end on friday, but find out how some people are preparing. if >> on "katie" today,, hugh jackman brings his talent and charisma to the show. the performer and father of two opens up about marriage, adoption, and inferti
to be your standard video diary online. this is posted by a 19-year-old from nebraska. she has it self titled here and a pen and pad. look what she writes right about here. i stole a car and goes on to tell us about the car she stole, a shiny new pontiac grand am and dangles the keys. she says i already took the license plates off and threw them away so i have my tracks covered. >> even though she posted it on youtube. >> look what it says here. i robbed a bank. you want me to prove it. i will show you the money. $6,256. she goes on to say i am a victim of the government to say how the government took her baby and charged her with neglect. although she is not a mother now she can still find a purpose in this life. you are probably wondering what the heck is this? this is real because shortly after york county sheriffs department took this girl into custody into charges that she robbed a bank in waco and stole a car in york county. look at the pictures from the new york news time. here is hannah getting arrested. >> in the same outfit she was in when she shot the video. >> it was the same outf
nebraska is recognized. mr. nelson: i ask that the quorum call be dispensed with. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. nelson: mr. president, i rise today to thank the people of my great state of nebraska. it's been a tremendous honor to have had the opportunity to serve the state for 20 years. eight as governor and 12 as united states senator. the people of nebraska are generous and hard-working and it truly has been a privilege to have served and represented them. you know, i'd also like to thank my parents, berdella and benjamin nelson. raising me, they instilled in me the values i tried to embrace and which served me as guiding principles in both public and in private. i especially want to thank my family for their unwavering love and support. as my colleagues know, public service requires our families to sacrifice. so i sincerely thank my wife diane, our five children and grandkids for their patience and understanding. while it's hard to walk away from this body, i must say that i'm looking forward to getting to spend more time with my family. as a public official, the len
small town of cumming, iowa, population 351 and he comes from a big city, mccook, nebraska, population 8,000. senator nelson is often described as one of the most conservative democrats in the senate, frequently voting with the minority party. i prefer to describe him as the most independent democrat in the senate, a progressive at heart who, like so many from our part of the country, is also deeply imbued with respect for traditional values and fiscal prude ents. -- prude prudence. as we all know senator nelson prides himself on reaching across the aisle to get things done. he is a pragmatist not a partisan. he's never allowed ideology to stand in the way of doing what's what he believes is right for nebraska and our country. as my colleague on the committee on agriculture, nutrition and forestry, senator nelson has been a passionate advocate for family farms and rural america. and he's been a leading avid cat for increasing the use of clean, renewable biofuels to decrease our dependence on foreign energy sources. as a member of the committee on veterans' affairs, no one has been a stro
that blizzard conditions extend all the way from western kansas to southeastern nebraska and some of the worst of the weather is ending up in iowa, and that's going to continue through much of the day on thursday as everything moves to the east. also in the southern end we have possible tornados breaking out across portions of southern missouri, arkansas, and also southeastern oklahoma. as far as watches and warnings go, blizzard warnings from northwestern kansas all the way to near milwaukee and southern wisconsin. some of the snow is going to try to get into chicago by tonight and going into friday morning. in fact, we're calling for up to 12 inches of additional snow through central iowa right into central and southern portions of wisconsin. some areas could see well over 12 inches. for chicago there's a possibility of at least two or three inches of snow, and there might be even a little bit more than that. i'm david bernard for cbs news, miami. >>> forecasters warn of whiteout conditions in parts of nebraska this morning. high winds and heavy drifting snow may make travel impossible, but
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with angels representing each child lost in the shooting. a large act of kindness from nebraska and arizona. communities in both states are setting up toy drives. folks from nebraska traveled 1300 miles to drop toys off personally. >> it's important that newtown knows that they are not suffering in isolation. the whole country hurts. we all ache over this. >> in maryland, dozens of children are cutting out paper snowflakes sending them to the sandy hook students for decorations for the new school. >> it's sad. we will try to prevent this in the future. we miss you. we miss all of them. >> in addition to the grass roots donation efforts, the united way set up a fund to help the victims and the newtown community heal. mary ann rafferty, fox news. >>> director quintin car ran tino talks about his movie. >> we are stationed in italy. we would like to wish our family and friends merry christmas and happy new year.  >>> we are back with a look at jango unchained. kevin mccarthy talked to the director about how his past movies may have influenced his latest film. >> i have to say i love seeing a
with nebraska senator ben nelson who is retiring after two terms. >>> retiring senator nebraska ben tell me sop. years that began with the 2003 recount and reended with re-election of president obama. if you could think of the adjective to describe these years what would it be? >> clearly interesting. challenging. sometimes totally frustrating. but also full of opportunities for the country. there was some good times during the twelve years laced together with some that weren't so good. 9/11, the anthrax scare. there were positive things as well, the election of president obama, i thought it was a positive statement for the country and moving forward in a way that we have tried to move forward out of face -- fiscal as by now we came out of a fiscal as by during the times. it's a hodgepodge during at love different things. i couldn't imagined to have been here during a better time. >> let me get deeper and ask you tell me what was the high point of the entire service? >> the high point was when we can work together. and maybe the single event that process that would embody that was the gang of f
thing is i was asked to do this by the nebraska governor. i did not get a thank you from another governor, who was from another state. >> during that time, you experienced the radio talk-show host circuit and the cable tv circuit. what was that time like and what do you think the echo chamber in american politics today does? >> it is a difficult thing to deal with. it is not just broadcast. it is the blogs and tweets, all the electronic communications. >> in 2000, we do not -- did not have that. >> i was not prepared with what would happen. it was not a condition i had for voting for the bill. i thought it was fairness. i wanted the single payer government option out and i wanted to get adequate language in for abortion. i was not prepared for that. it has changed the news process today away from things that are corroborated and fact checked to the formation and dissemination of one opinion after another, not based on fact. that has been harmful to the process. if people are not willing to try to get both sides, and only 11 side presented to them, you do not have the informed cit
at what nebraska's going to decide and what the governor in nebraska is going to determine will be the appropriate path for the keystone in nebraska. i think you'll see the last of the legal impediments. it's not just about keystone, however, it's about a legitimate and extensive national energy policy that includes every opportunity we can find. i get asked very often about clean coal. obviously north dakota is a state that's very rich in oil reserves and natural gas reserves but we are also a coal-based state. we do a lot of coal generation, electrical generation from coal. the plant that you were talking about wasn't necessarily a natural gas plant that i was on the board of. i was on the board of a facility that takes coal, makes natural gas and we do something no one else does which is we compress our c.o.-2, send it north into canada where it's injected into the oil fields up there so it's the largest sequestration project in the world. carbon sequestration project. so we've demonstrated in north dakota that we can be responsible with development of these resources. w
. they played well. and we plan on being this position hopefully more than once. >> so it will be nebraska or wisconsin those two will battle out for the big 10 championship tomorrow. >> how exciting. love it. >> road trip. >> let's go. >> we'll see you back here at 11:00 on cbs 5. ,,
in touchdowns, montee ball, leads the wisconsin badgers against taylor martinez and the nebraska cornhuskers. coverage of the big ten championship begins at 7:30 eastern, 4:30 pacific tomorrow right here on fox. and we welcome you back inside. erin andrews, eddie george, joey harrington. kevin hogan named mvp and he said ucla had a great game plan for us and they were a tougher bruins team, but the cardinal prevail here. >> eddie: a great job again by david shaw all year long. i think he's one of the best coaches out there and it shows because he's the pac-12 coach of the year. they took ucla's best shot and they never waivered. they're lost focus. they found ways to make plays and put them in position to win at the end. >> joey: credit ucla making some great adjustments from last week. it's funny how a 201-yard performance by johnathan franklin really got overshad owed by one interception. that was the momentum changer. >> erin: all right. on behalf of eddie george, joey harrington, i'm erin andrews, good night, everyone. we will see you here tomorrow for what, the big ten championship. can
for the first time since 2000 and will face either nebraska or wisconsin out of the big 10. mike shumann fought through all of the fans. >> the seniors have brought our program this far. they put us in a position for success. >> how does this feel? your friends and family and you are going to the rose bowl. >> it is one of the most amazing feelings i have ever felt. they talk about being in the big signature games. wanting to send us over the top. we haven't been there in a longtime. to be a part of that is a great feeling. i will remember this for the rest of my life. >> high school football and saint ignacioios. instead of kicking the field goal they go for it and get stopped. we head to over time. they open over time with a field goal. saint ignatius wins it right here. dale dashing to the corner and his second rushing touchdown of the game. saint ignatius captures the ccs championship 13-10 the final. the giants may fear the beard in another uniform. brian wilson is now a free agent. the giants did not offer him a contract by the 9:00 p.m. deadline. they didn't want to be on the hook for a
on being in this position hopefully more than once. >> all right. it will be either nebraska or wisconsin as the big 10 championship, and that will be tomorrow. >>> on to the san jose state spartans. we go to usf. a team-high 19. they take this won 78-68, the final. >>> bryan wilson, officially becoming a free agent as of today. giants didn't offer the former all-star closer a contract. they elected to nontender wilson. that allows him to now test the open market. i'm hearing maybe dodger blue might be after him. boy, that would be funny to see the beard on the mound for the los angeles dodgers. that will do it from stanford stadium. cardinals, on the way to the rose bowl. [ laughing ] >> we got the seal of approval. we'll be right back. ♪ aids is not going to take my baby. ♪ aids will not take our future. ♪ our weapons are testing... education, care and support. ♪ and aids... ♪ aids is going to lose. aids is going to lose. ♪ williams. be safe this weekend. >>> the weekend is upon us. >> stay dry! ( band playing "late show" theme ) >> from new york, the greatest city in the wo
that nebraska or wisconsin. they will play the winner of the big tent. >> it is a great feeling. of the big 10 to be able to go to the rose bowl. >> there is stanford on new year's day at december 27th, washington d.c. san jose state. 10-2. but unfortunately, their orange grove 3,000 mi. away. difficult for their they are fresh-12 have to go 3,000 mi. away to play a bit american team. when you have not been to a bowl game since 20 06, good for them. something called the military ripple will welcome the spartans . ifthe san jose state spartan football team, led by coach mike macintyre, accepted an invitation to play in the military bowl on december 27th in washington d.c. played at rfk stadium. the 25th ranked spartans finished the season 10-2 in earning their first bowl appearance since 2006. a win in the military bowl would give san jose state it's first 11 win season in school history. the spartans opponent has not yet been determined. >> the raiders suspended linebacker rolando mcclain two games for "conduct detrimental to the team" the two game suspension will cost the 2010 first round pi
championship 27-24. they are going to the rose bowl for the first time since 2000 and will face either nebraska or wisconsin out of the big 10. mike shumann fought through all of the fans. >> the seniors have brought our program this far. they put us in a position for success. >> how does this feel? your friends and family and you are going to the rose bowl. >> it is one of the most amazing feelings i have ever felt. they talk about being in the big signature games. wanting to send us over the top. we haven't been there in a longtime. to be a part of that is a great feeling. i will remember
nebraska or wisconsin. funny if it was wisconsin because the last time the cardinal went to the rose bowl it was the great dane, ron dane and it was the wisconsin badgers running for it all. that was in 1999. back to you guys in studio. i'm going to get dry. have a good day, everybody. >> thank you. good luck because we have been talking about this morning another big storm on the way. we will keep an eye on it and tracking all of the rain and wind and take a look at it so people may see flooding on the roadways coming up next. [ male announcer ] this december, remember -- you can stay in and share something... ♪ ♪ ...or you can get out there with your friends and actually share something. ♪ the lexus december to remember sales event is on, offering some of our best values of the year. this is the pursuit of perfection. democrats and republicans >>> tomorrow on eyewitness news this morning, what may be a political game of chicken on capitol hill. democrats and republicans sparring over a middle class tax cuts and that so-called fiscal cliff. our political insider on why things are l
on the podium, it kind of hit me, that we made it. >> it will l be -- it will be wisconsin or nebraska waiting for them. and the nod to the military bowl in washington dc, o opponent yet to be determined. here is the coach comparing his team's journey to an amusement park ride. >> buckle down and go up the hill. and i think there for a while we got stuck and i saw it changing. last year we started winning more games and this year i said you're at the part where your hands are raised up and you're going by the best part of the whole ride where they take the picture and you're going the get the picture on national stage and it's going to mean big things. >> nls cup, houston dynamo called for the hand call. landon donovan puts it through. they win the straight mls cup, and it was david beckham's final mls game. the match point for branson volleyball on the left and right. mckenna, the sob shot and that's it. four straight years the branson bulls beat tricity christian to win the division 5 state championship. that was this morning down in ervine. a school of 300, and you have to go to this tiny s
nebraska 70-31. just like january 2000. they get stanford in the rose bowl. bcs championship game all set when georgia could not find the ends here. advantage alabama. ball game. 32-28. bama faces notre dame. >>> houston dynamo and l.a. galaxy tied at 1. galaxy won their second straight mls cup 3- 1. also david beckham's final mls game. >>> it goes. warriors just rolling. they beat the pacers 103-92. 18 points off the bench. he only missed one field goal all night. >>> sadly we pass along the news of the death of college basketball coach rick majerus. he was 64 years old. led utah to the 1998 ncaa final against kentucky. coach could never beat kentucky. >> thank you much. before we go, got to have one last word from paul about the storm. it's already here. >> we got some rainfall. it poured all evening long. really round three hasn't even started yet. you get a break about 4 or 5 more hours. about 2:00 in the morning, here comes the rain. soggy tomorrow morning. by tomorrow evening we're down with the rounds. no round four. >> going to hold you to that. that's it for us. thanks for joinin
at university of nebraska and the vast majority of students moment engage in bullying behavior and when students find that out bullying behavior goes down further and it's a powerful resource you can use. now i'm going to introduce this amazing panel. first we have just to my right mia from sealtion. she is going to explain more about this term that was used a lot today and social literacy or social emotional learning. alice con is from cartoon network. dave steer to her right is from facebook and next to him is officer holly lawrence, sunny valley of public safety, digital safety program and she's going to talk about which is a powerful thing going national. and next -- is brian here? no. okay. all right. so we're all set and mia i would like you to enlighten us more in all that you're doing in social emotional learning. >> sure. i had some slides but i'm not sure -- no, we have a handout that went around to you and more detail about what social emotional learning is because i think we rise a little bit today and i came from seattle and i know many people have brought up that term toda
deputy defense secretary ashton carter is on the list, and former nebraska senator chuck hagel--- a republican-- could represent a reach across the aisle. >> we're in a much stronger position today as a country than we were in '07. >> treasury secretary tim geithner has said he will stay at his post until at least inauguration. president obama's chief of staff jack lew is often named as a potential replacement. emily shred, kron 4 news. shre schmidt >> some nice weather for this weekend and certainly nice and the union the square. for the first night of hanukkah and the lighting of the menorah. the holiday trees and clear skies with temperatures in the 50s in some locations we have mostly clear conditions but some low clouds to settle and the pure visibility is beginning to lower. the ferry building, checking in at 53 degrees. and it is getting cooler in richmond. 47, san jose, 47 and walnut creek. low 40's with the mid upper 30's. high clouds over california today. those blocked out the sun and made for some cloud conditions combined with the fog. it kept tabs in the 50s. tomo
and former nebraska senator chuck hagel, a republican, could reach across the aisle. >> we're in a much stronger position today as a country than we were in '07. >> reporter: treasury secretary tim geithner says he'll stay. jack lew is an eventual replacement. people wondering if he would pick good cabinet members. 58% thought he would. 42% said he would not. emily schmidt, cnn, washington. >> emily, thank you. >>> also in washington, bo is back. front and center on the white house holiday card. michelle obama picked a personal could. it shows bo running across the snowy lawn. she called the moment very surreal. >>> she was married to peter jennings and the late ambassador peter holbrook and now she's written a memoir about her own amazing life. we hear about her after this. >>> as a mother of a young child, i'm always looking for something fun and educational to do together. nature spot quest is our spot. opened in march 2011 with more than 7,000 square feet of interactive educational things to do and see, the exhibit has the feel of a playground and the educational tools of classroom.
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